Rules and policies are in place to make sure your child remains safe and well at school.
Visit the NSW Department of Education’s policy library for all current operational policies.
Attendance and absences
Students must attend school regularly so they can achieve their educational best and increase their career and life options.
In NSW, all children from the age of 6 are legally required to attend school or be registered for home schooling through the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA). All students must complete Year 10, or its equivalent and remain in school, employment or training until they turn 17.
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The following frameworks apply to students at our school.
This policy has been created through consultation with school staff and based on the Homework Policy released by the NSW Department of Education and Communities. Download and view the Homework Policy.
School Uniform Policy
At Kenthurst Public School the policy has been formulated through consultation with school staff and parents or carers including the school parents and citizens association. Download and view the Uniform policy.
Student Leadership Policy
Kenthurst Public School aims to develop opportunities for leadership and service through school commitment. This policy highlights the rules and regulations the students must abide by. Download and view the Student Leadership Policy.
Kenthurst Public School is committed to providing a safe and caring environemnt which fosters respect for others and does not tolerate bullying. Download and view the Anti-Bullying Policy.
Student Enrolment Policy
Please view our Enrolment Policy which has been developed in accordance with the Department of Education's 'Enhanced Enrolment Procedures'.
Student Wellbeing and Discpline Policy
This policy has been created in accordance with the Department of Education's policies and procedures on Student Wellbeing, and in partnership with the school community. Download and view the Student Wellbeing and Discipline Policy revised 2016.